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Mitsubishi Electric - Plant and Training Facility Tour

Matt Hoots GA, United States 4 Ratings 13 Discussions 7 Group posts

Posted by: Matt Hoots // SawHorse Design + Build

In order to go All-Electric and power your house with the sun, the HVAC system needs to be electric as well.  Mitsubishi Electric is the leader in high-performance HVAC systems that are ALL Electric.  There is only 15% (or less) market awareness about how mini-split heat pumps work.  If we are going to offer these solutions to our clients, then we need to make sure we are not part of the 85% that don't know.

Mitsubishi electric invited the #GreenInfluencerATL thought leadership group to tour their manufacturing, testing, and training center.

Companies that were represented on the tour include:  Southface, LG Squared, Home and Made Custom Builders LLC, Creative Interface Architecture and Interiors, Building Performance Workshop, Matos-Rogers Group, and SawHorse, Inc. Representatives from the companies listed above are all sharing their experience and what they learned. 

Check out some of the posts and content that was created and shared already:

Christopher Matos-Rogers shared his story on LinkedIn

Corbett Lunsford created a video on YouTube outlining the key points of the tour.

More to come very soon!




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